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Jackie Wilson What Good Am I Without You On Brunswick

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I FIND MYSELF WITH TWO COPIES OF JACKIE WILSON'S WHAT GOOD AM I WITHOUT YOU

ONE IS ON ORANGE BRUNSWICK & ONE ON THE YELLOW,

IS THIS A REGIONAL DIFFERENCE ? AND WHEN DID THE BLACK LABEL COME INTO THE EQUATION ?

THANKS

KEV

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the pree 1962 issues are orange.. is the yellow copy a demo??

NO NOT A DEMO DAVE THE YELLOW ONE HAS

MERRIMAC MUSIC CORP (BMI) ON IT WHEREAS THE ORANGE ONE DOES NOT

THE RUN OUT HAS 45 112705 3 ON THE YELLOW ONE & 45 112705 6 ON THE ORANGE

THEN OPPOSITE THOSE NUMBERS THE YELLOW HAS A 1, THE ORANGE HAS 2 WONDERING IF YELLOW IS 1ST PRESS ORANGE 2ND

KEV

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If you go on www.45-sleeves.com, they have the yellow Brunswick label in use from #55167- #55250 ( 1960-1963).

The Black Brunswick label started in 1963 with #55251.

I see a lot more Orange Brunswicks than yellow ones, I also thought your yellow label was a promo.

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NO NOT A DEMO DAVE THE YELLOW ONE HAS

MERRIMAC MUSIC CORP (BMI) ON IT WHEREAS THE ORANGE ONE DOES NOT

THE RUN OUT HAS 45 112705 3 ON THE YELLOW ONE & 45 112705 6 ON THE ORANGE.

THEN OPPOSITE THOSE NUMBERS THE YELLOW HAS A 1, THE ORANGE HAS 2 WONDERING IF YELLOW IS 1ST PRESS ORANGE 2ND

KEV

Despite the 3 and 6 on the matrix, I'd have thought the Orange was first and Yellow second. The Typesetting on the yellow is as used on later issues, and typical of a product remaining on catalogue for a while after first issue.

Sean

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